Facebook has triggered massive privacy concerns, including a list of teens who have been chatted so she may face charges of an at-home abortion

Facebook has triggered massive privacy concerns, including a list of teens who have been chatted so  ...

Fears that Roe v. Wade would become the new standard after a criminal abortion case was brought up. With Facebook messages as evidence, Wade was turned down.

Celeste Burgess, her mother Jessica, and Tanner Barnhill, both men accused of attempting to burn and bury a stillborn child, according to a criminal complaint filed in Madison County, Nebraska.

According to court records, Celeste unexpectedly gave birth in the shower. Upon completion, all three were charged in June with making attempts to burn and conceal the stillborn child's body.

Celeste, who was 18 years old and is being charged as an adult, and her mother Jessica have both entered a not-guilty plea. Barnhill has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge.

a month later, Jessica was accused of initiating an unlicensed abortion and performing an abortion while not a licensed doctor.

Both of those charges, which were brought after a search warrant on Facebook revealed messages between Celeste and Jessica that seem to show the teenagers mother buying her daughter abortion pills and instructing her on how to take them, were met with her plea of not guilty.

According to the criminal complaint, the alleged at-home abortion took place at 23 weeks. By law, abortions are only permitted during the first 20 weeks.

Obwohl this cse ws brought before the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wde, it hs nonetheless raised concerns about how bortion cses will be hndled in the future.

PRIVACY RIGHTS TRAMPLING

Amni Wells-Onyioh, a civil rights activist and political politician, has told The United States that reversing Roe v. Wde is just the strt of US institutions stepping on peoples' privy rights, ccording to the Sun.

Officers are attempting to prosecute women for choosing wht to do with their bodies, but she insists, dding is being done to new extremes.

Using Fcebook dt to investigte bortions is not only bnorml, but it is also a complete violtion of privcy, despite rising concerns over the justifictions hve for protecting their customers.

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On June 7, we received legitimte court orders from locl lw enforcement. Orgniztion for Womens Helth in Jckson before the Supreme Courts' decision.

In the wrrnts, abortion is not mentioned t ll. According to court records, police were looking into the llegil burning nd buril of stillborn child the time.

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The Sun of the United States has asked if any Stone would be a proponent for Met, but they would have done the same as the wrrnts mentioned bortion.

Stone hsnt responded.

Wells-Onyioh punched the Mets' ssertion, putting the compny on the line between politics and business.

During the 2020 election cycle, Mrk Zuckerberg hs been hacked with being politiclly conservative.

tht this wsnt done delibertely, but this is the result of the lgorithms' preference for right-wing content. Mrk was criticized for having secret meetings with the conservtive prty in 2019, which is wry to avoid.

Is it possible that the willingness of the Mets to ssist lw enforcement nd violte its users privcy was the result of their own political policy bis? Or are they simply complying with the subpoen nd following instructions? Who mkes the finl decision in this cse?

If Fcebook had been wowed to, she sys, they would have the chance to force women's privacy more aggressively.

Is THIS LEGAL?

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People should not expect their socil medi use to be privte. They might argue that their converstions are re privte, but the same assumption is unjustified, according to Gershmn, the sesoned professor at Pce University.

For mny yers, police nd prosecutors hve used Fcebook nd other socil medi sites to gther evidence of crime. Evidence from socil medi pltforms cn is extremely dmging.

Its unusual shift tht its connected to n bortion cse.

Like phone clls, a socil medi isn open pltform.

He sids that the sme is true for emils nd text messges.

He spit its crucil to verify tht the electronic evidence is n ccurte trnscription of wht hppened between the ccused.

The lw professor in the courtroom uthentiction is crucil.

The reason for your prosecutors to show them are not the ones you know. In some instances, how much proof is required to uthenticte is subject of debate. The risk for prosecutors using digital evidence is tht.

In this case, you lredy hove the proof. The jury in tril would decide if or not it is uthentic.

I think you're going to see in future bortion criminl cses, citing the evidence in court in other criminl cses.

Prosecutors may hoot ccess to this type of evidence. Using socil medi evidence to demonstrate that tht people re plunder bortions is likely to become more commonplce.

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